Captured in Ink (Montgomery Ink: Boulder #4.5) by Carrie Ann Ryan
Julia and Ronin know their relationship is solid. They’ve been through hell and back, but their love has stayed true through it all. When Ronin’s ex, Kincaid, comes back to town, however, the two realize what they might be missing.
Kincaid didn’t mean to leave Ronin behind all those years ago. When tragedy struck not once, but twice, bringing with it the heat of horror, he couldn’t face the past he’d left behind. Now, he’s back and doesn’t know how he fits in with the seemingly perfect couple—especially not when their families will apparently stop at nothing to keep them apart.
This book was an absolute emotional roller coaster. From beginning to end, I was in tears one moment, and laughing out loud the next. These characters were wonderful, and I totally enjoyed them, but their story isn’t an easy one. Each character is emotionally damaged, to different extents, and their journey isn’t all sunshine and roses! It’s hard to set aside the past, and grab the future with both hands, and trying to do so with a ménage, well that is an impossible task.
Julia and Ronin have a wonderful marriage. But they both know something is missing. They’ve talked about it. Discussed it. But they haven’t been able to find the missing part. Until Ronin’s past shows up on their door step. Now they just have to decide what to do about it.
This story is another wonderful story, set in the Montgomery Ink World. Even though it is novella length, the author still manages to fit their entire story in there, without making you fell like you missed anything. I’ve loved all of the MI stories, and this one is no exception. I can’t say enough how much I enjoyed this trio, even though they tugged a bit at my heart strings!